Truths from the Tiniest of Teachers

All of nature is a classroom where the Gospel can be illustrated, the Christian edified, the unbeliever warned, and the glory of Creator God revealed. This is no truer than in examining some of the smallest creatures, like the honeybee and the ant. Whether it's through our own visual observance or the meticulous scientific study of their complexiti…read more

The Original Jungle Book

The Bible happens to be the original Jungle Book. God created all things, from the tiniest bug to the hugest dinosaurs--and He made them all on the same day He made Mankind. Initially, all creatures lived in harmony with each other and with humans (all herbivores!). At the fall, all of creation was affected, even the animals, which would now fight over food and for their lives. Studying these creatures, specifically dinosaurs as described in the book of Job, shows us how magnificent God is, how small we are, and how solid our confidence in our Creator can be.

The Metamorphic Phenomena

Metamorphosis in nature transforms the weak into strong and the ordinary into magnificent. Most often, this natural transformation results from intense pressure, fierce refinement, or astonishing change. These same examples of metamorphosis can be applied through Scripture to our own Christian lives. In fact, we need all three principles in order to grow and mature as Believers. These processes are not comfortable and can be quite painful . . . but the result is a beautiful new thing for our good and to God's glory.

Nature Gone Wild

Do you believe that God is in control of natural disasters--every hurricane, tsunami, and tornado? In His sovereignty, God commands and controls the entire natural world, just as He ordains each moment of our lives. It's a comfort to know that nothing is by accident. Even when our life and circumstances look and feel chaotic, God has everything under control. And, as we learn in this message, natural disasters have much to teach us about living out our faith in the all-powerful Creator.

Bird Watching for the Wise

Birds teach us valuable lessons about our Creator. Throughout Scripture, birds are used as an example of God's love, protection, and provision for us. They even serve as a Biblical metaphor for repentance. In fact, Jesus actually delivers a command for us to observe and study birds (Matthew 6:26)! Here, Pastor Davey shares four ways that birds teach us key theological truths that can strengthen our daily walk with the Lord.

The Curriculum of Creation

Creation displays the power of God, revealing the Truth of an amazing Creator. As Christians, it's imperative that we notice the majesty of God's handiwork. We must not just look, but see; not just listen, but hear; not just eat, but taste--every sense gives us a reason to praise our Creator God. In this series introduction, Pastor Davey sets the foundation for profound lessons to be learned through Creation . . . if we pay attention.

What's in Your Wardrobe?, Part 2

Stephen warns us in this message that sin never keeps its promise and lust never pays off in the end. So run from the deeds of darkness and don't leave a forwarding address!

What's in Your Wardrobe?, Part 1

Stephen warns us in this message that sin never keeps its promise and lust never pays off in the end. So run from the deeds of darkness and don't leave a forwarding address!

Children of the Light, Part 2

Would you drive a race car without a seatbelt? Would you rappel without a harness? Would you skydive without a parachute? Not on your life! Well, this is your life -- your spiritual life -- so make sure you don't face it without first putting on the armor of Light.

Children of the Light, Part 1

Would you drive a race car without a seatbelt? Would you rappel without a harness? Would you skydive without a parachute? Not on your life! Well, this is your life -- your spiritual life -- so make sure you don't face it without first putting on the armor of Light.

Maxing Out Your Love Limit, Part 1

Jesus once said that the whole law can be summed up in two commands: Love God with all your heart and love your neighbor as yourself. But how do we know when we're really loving our neighbors? In this message Stephen gives us the answer from Romans chapter 13.

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